Nineteenth-Century Travel Writing

Edited by David Seed

Yearbook of English Studies 34

Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 2004  •  366pp

ISBN: 1-904350-06-2 (paperback)

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Contents:

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Editorial Note
Nicola Bradbury
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1-5
Nineteenth-Century Travel Writing: An Introduction
David Seed
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6-17
Colonialism and Gender in the East: Representations of the Harem in the Writings of Women Travellers
Shirley Foster
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18-30
Negotiating the Landscape: Travel, Transaction, and the Mapping of Colonial India
Alex Tickell
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31-45
'Isn't it your own country?': The Stranger in Nineteenth-Century Irish Literature
Melissa Fegan
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46-60
Shelley in Italy
Ralph Pite
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61-73
Black Books and Southern Tours: Tone and Perspective in the Travel Writing of Mrs. Anne Royall
Elizabeth J. Clapp
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74-87
The Glory of Motion: De Quincey, Travel, and Romanticism
Robin Jarvis
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88-99
The Winning of the West: Washington Irving's 'A Tour on the Prairies'
Guy Reynolds
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100-111
'The Best of Nations'? Race and Imperial Destinies in Emerson's 'English Traits'
Susan Castillo
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112-126
Round the World without a Man: Feminism and Decadence in Sara Jeannette Duncan's 'A Social Departure'
Faye Hammill
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127-137
'The Wrong Side of the Tapestry': Hawthorne's English Travel Writing
Allan Lloyd Smith
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138-154
Tramps and Tourists: Europe in Mark Twain's 'A Tramp Abroad'
Peter Messent
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155-170
Touring the Metropolis: The Shifting Subjects of Dickens's London Sketches
David Seed
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171-185
Grotesque Encounters in the Travel Writing of Henry James
Peter Rawlings
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186-193
'While I waggled my small feet': Henry James's Return to Paris
Nicola Bradbury
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194-213
Levels of Disclosure: Voices and People in Henry James's 'Italian Hours'
Peter Collister
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214-229
From Cornhill to Cairo: Thackeray as Travel-Writer
Robert Hampson
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230-239
Constructing the Englishman in Rudyard Kipling's 'Letters of Marque'
Mary Condé
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240-252
'Home is the sailor, home from sea': Robert Louis Stevenson and the End of Wandering
Sue Zlosnik
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253-254
Review of Reed Way Dasenbrock, Truth and Consequences: Intentions, Conventions, and the New Thematics
Thomas Docherty
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254-255
Review of John Schad, Writing the Bodies of Christ: The Church from Carlyle to Derrida
Mark Knight
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255-256
Review of Eric Gidal, Poetic Exhibitions: Romantic Aesthetics and the Pleasures of the British Museum
Alan Rawes
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256-257
Review of Frederick Burwick, Mimesis and Its Romantic Reflections
Heidi Thomson
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257-258
Review of Onno Oerlemans, Romanticism and the Materiality of Nature
Gillian Rudd
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258-259
Review of Diego Saglia, Poetic Castles in Spain: British Romanticism and Figurations of Iberia
María Jesús Lorenzo Modia
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259-261
Review of Ghislaine McDayter, Guinn Batten, Barry Milligan, Romantic Generations: Essays in Honor of Robert F. Gleckner
David Vallins
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261-262
Review of Helen Sword, Ghostwriting Modernism
Craig Monk
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262-263
Review of Jesse Matz, Literary Impressionism and Modernist Aesthetics
Keith Carabine
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263-265
Review of George Bornstein, Material Modernism: The Politics of the Page
Ian F. A. Bell
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265-266
Review of David Kadlec, Mosaic Modernism: Anarchism, Pragmatism, Culture
Andrzej Gasiorek
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266-267
Review of Edward Engelberg, Solitude and Its Ambiguities in Modernist Fiction
Peter Boxall
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267-268
Review of Elleke Boehmer, Empire, the National, and the Postcolonial: 1890-1920. Resistance in Interaction
Angela Smith
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268-269
Review of Nicholas R. Clifford, 'A Truthful Impression of the Country': British and American Travel Writing in China, 1880-1949
David Seed
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269-271
Review of Kenneth Womack, Postwar Academic Fiction: Satire, Ethics, Community
Michael Greaney
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271-272
Review of David Punter, Postcolonial Imaginings: Fictions of a New World Order
Sue Walsh
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272-273
Review of Jahan Ramazani, The Hybrid Muse: Postcolonial Poetry in English
Angela Smith
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273-274
Review of Cristopher Nash, The Unravelling of the Postmodern Mind
Claudia Mosovici
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274-275
Review of Dalia Judovitz, The Culture of the Body: Genealogies of Modernity
Claudia Moscovici
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275-277
Review of Roberta Seelinger Trites, Disturbing the Universe: Power and Repression in Adolescent Literature
Stephen Thomson
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277-278
Review of Marie-Laure Ryan, Narrative as Virtual Reality: Immersion and Interactivity in Literature and Electronic Media
Niran B. Abbas
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278-279
Review of Dominic Rainsford, Literature, Identity and the English Channel: Narrow Seas Expanded
Malcolm Kelsall
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279-281
Review of Jeremy Tambling, Lost in the American City: Dickens, James, Kafka
John Pilling
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281-282
Review of Jeffrey Skoblow, Dooble Tongue: Scots, Burns, Contradiction
Alan Riach
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283-284
Review of Ann Blake, Leela Ghandi, Sue Thomas, England through Colonial Eyes in Twentieth-Century Fiction
Angela Smith
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284-285
Review of Suzanne Keen, Romances of the Archive in Contemporary British Fiction
Michael Bott
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285-286
Review of Alison Donnell, Companion to Contemporary Black British Culture
Susanne Reichl
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286-288
Review of Younglim Han, Romantic Shakespeare: From Stage to Page
R. S. White
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288-289
Review of Anna Neill, British Discovery Literature and the Rise of Global Commerce
Matthew Dimmock
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289-290
Review of Jonathan Lamb, Preserving the Self in the South Seas: 1680-1840
Janet Bertsch
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290-293
Review of David Armitage, The Ideological Origins of the British Empire
Paul Stevens
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293-294
Review of Alison Conway, Private Interests: Women, Portraiture, and the Visual Culture of the English Novel, 1709-1791
Clare Brant
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294-295
Review of Saba Bahar, Mary Wollstonecraft's Social and Aesthetic Philosophy: 'An Eve to Please Me'
Fiona Price
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295-296
Review of Ashley Tauchert, Mary Wollstonecraft and the Accent of the Feminine
Heidi Thomson
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296-298
Review of Jane Stabler, Burke to Byron, Barbauld to Baillie, 1790-1830
Malcolm Kelsall
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298-299
Review of Jeffery W. Vail, The Literary Relationship of Lord Byron & Thomas Moore
Malcolm Kelsall
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299-301
Review of Betty T. Bennett, Stuart Curran, Mary Shelley in Her Times
Heidi Thomson
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301-302
Review of Mark Parker, Literary Magazines and British Romanticism
Christopher Smith
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302-303
Review of Joanne Shattock, Women and Literature in Britain, 1800-1900
Alison Chapman
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303-304
Review of Leila Silvana May, Disorderly Sisters: Sibling Relations and Sororal Resistance in Nineteenth-Century British Literature
Alison Chapman
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304-306
Review of Lila Marz Harper, Solitary Travels: Nineteenth-Century Women's Travel Narratives and the Scientific Vocation
Nicola Bradbury
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306-307
Review of Robert Douglas-Fairhurst, Victorian Afterlives: The Shaping of Influence in Nineteenth-Century Literature
Catherine Maxwell
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308-309
Review of Cecilia Wadsö Lecaros, The Victorian Governess Novel
Richard Nemesvari
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309-310
Review of Deborah Wynne, The Sensation Novel and the Victorian Family Magazine
Barbara Onslow
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310-311
Review of Lillian Nayder, Unequal Partners: Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins, and Victorian Authorship
Patricia Pulham
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311-312
Review of G. A. Cevasco, The Breviary of the Decadence: J. -K. Huysman's 'A Rebours' and English Literature
Colin Cruise
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312-314
Review of Melissa Knox, Oscar Wilde in the 1990s: The Critic as Creator
Nick Kneale
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314-315
Review of Donald J. Childs, Modernism and Eugenics: Woolf, Eliot, Yeats, and the Culture of Degeneration
Tim Armstrong
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315-316
Review of Michael Black, Lawrence's England: The Major Fiction, 1913-1920
Margaret Storch
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316-317
Review of Tony Thwaites, Joycean Temporalities: Debts, Promises, and Countersignatures
Alan Riach
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317-319
Review of Sebastian D. G. Knowles, The Dublin Helix: The Life of Language in Joyce's 'Ulysses'
Andrew Gibson
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319-320
Review of Willard Potts, Joyce and the Two Irelands
Craig Monk
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320-321
Review of Norma Bouchard, Céline, Gadda, Beckett: Experimental Writings of the 1930s
Leslie Hill
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321-322
Review of Jason Harding, The 'Criterion': Cultural Politics and Periodical Networks in Inter-War Britain
Ian F. A. Bell
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323-324
Review of Elizabeth Podnieks, Daily Modernism: The Literary Diaries of Virginia Woolf, Antonia White, Elizabeth Smart, and Anaïs Nin
Maria Del Sapio Garbero
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324-325
Review of Barbara Stevens Heusel, Iris Murdoch's Paradoxical Novels: Thirty Years of Critical Reception
Andrzej Gasiorek
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325-327
Review of Amy J. Elias, Sublime Desire: History and Post-1960s Fiction
Jeremy Tambling
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327-329
Review of Nicola Pitchford, Tactical Readings: Feminist Postmodernism in the Novels of Kathy Acker and Angela Carter
Rachel Carroll
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329-330
Review of Laura Hapke, Labor's Text: The Worker in American Fiction
Graham Thompson
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330-331
Review of Amy Kaplan, The Anarchy of Empire in the Making of U.S. Culture
David Seed
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331-332
Review of Werner Sollors, Interracialism: Black-White Intermarriage in American History, Literature, and Law
A. Robert Lee
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333-334
Review of George Monteiro, Fernando Pessoa and Nineteenth-Century Anglo-American Literature
Thomas March
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334-336
Review of Henry James, Susan E. Gunter, Steven H. Jobe, Dearly Beloved Friends: Henry James's Letters to Younger Men
Anna Despotopoulou
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336-338
Review of Helen Killoran, The Critical Reception of Edith Wharton
Claire Preston
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338-339
Review of Georgina Taylor, H. D. and the Public Sphere of Modernist Women Writers, 1913-1946: Talking Women
Victoria Bazin
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339
Review of R. Rio-Jelliffe, Obscurity's Myriad Components: The Theory and Practice of William Faulkner
Doreen Fowler
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340-341
Review of Thomas Carl Austenfeld, American Women Writers and the Nazis: Ethics and Politics in Boyle, Porter, Stafford, and Hellman
Judie Newman
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341-342
Review of Nancy Berke, Women Poets on the Left: Lola Ridge, Genevieve Taggard, Margaret Walker
Stephen Matterson
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342-343
Review of Geneviève Fabre, Michel Feith, Jean Toomer and the Harlem Renaissance
Christine MacLeod
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343-345
Review of Hazel Smith, Hyperscapes in the Poetry of Frank O'Hara: Difference/Homosexuality/Topography
Mark Ford
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345-346
Review of David Brauner, Post-War Jewish Fiction: Ambivalence, Self-Explanation and Transatlantic Connections
Edward A. Abramson
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346-347
Review of Marcel Cornis-Pope, Narrative Innovation and Cultural Rewriting in the Cold War Era and after
David Seed
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347-348
Review of Robert Rebein, Hicks, Tribes, and Dirty Realists: American Fiction after Postmodernism
Robert Beuka
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349-350
Review of Aliki Varvogli, The World That Is the Book: Paul Auster's Fiction
Judie Newman
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350-351
Review of Therese Steffen, Crossing Color: Transcultural Space and Place in Rita Dove's Poetry, Fiction, and Drama
Pat Righelato
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351-352
Review of Roxanne Rimstead, Remnants of Nation: On Poverty Narratives by Women
Faye Hammill
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Bibliography entry:

Seed, David (ed.), Nineteenth-Century Travel Writing (= Yearbook of English Studies, 34.1 (2004))

First footnote reference: 35 Nineteenth-Century Travel Writing, ed. by David Seed (= Yearbook of English Studies, 34.1 (2004)), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 Seed, p. 47.

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Seed, David (ed.). 2004. Nineteenth-Century Travel Writing (= Yearbook of English Studies, 34.1)

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